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While I know those 2 large buildings are empty it is due to the complexity and cost of renovation.  Morgan Keegan building will be far from empty as Raymond James only occupied the23rd floor.  They ar

Went to Mud Island yesterday and got some photos (as well as a couple from Madison).  

A brilliant six minute video of Memphis drone footage by Brian Siskind... though you might want to turn the sound off (you'll see what I mean):   

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Haven't had any new pics in awhile! We need to get things going again! Here a few random ones to kick things back off in this thread.

Luckily I have some free time and can post some pictures now again for awhile. Hopefully other folks have some pics stashed away as well and can share! :D




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Absolutely fantastic pics. Of course I especially like those terrific trolley scene pics, although I find the fireman pic very compelling as a unique image of a moment in time in the life of the city.

The lighting in all the pics added a lot IMO as well.

Great job all around. Hope to see more from time to time.

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I'm late, but why did they turn the pyramid into a bass pro shop?? so stupid there's one of i-40. Should of built a indoor theme/water park or something idk...smh


Anyway, I found a great pic of the memphis skyline. This is honestly the best pic of memphis I ever seen. Looks better than any nashville skyline pic i seen and that says alot.


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100 North Main, the tallest building in Memphis, is completely empty, falling apart and dark in the above skyline photo.  Planned redevelopment work there has never materialized.  Also, the Sterrick Building, one of the other tallest buildings, has been empty and falling apart for more than a decade.  In fact, there has been little change in the profile of the downtown Memphis skyline in the past 20 years.

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